While much of the world – and South Africa – is still grappling with the advent of the Fourth Industrial revolution (the age of digitisation), the dawn of Industry 5.0 – the age of personalisation – is already upon us. What does that mean for those still languishing in last century’s Third Industrial Revolution or hovering on the fringes of IR4 or Industry 4.0? Does not having embraced Industry 4.0 (yet) doom them languishing forever in the doldrums of technological stagnation? “No,” says Carel du Toit, Mint Group CEO, who explains that the various Industrial Revolutions did not all start
“With Artificial Intelligence (AI) it has become possible to ask “Where do I want to go and how can I use AI to get me there?” notes du Toit, adding that AI and Cognitive Computing provides Mint with the capability to transform data into insights in real-time and then build models on top of those insights to automate, learn and disrupt.
Our environments are becoming digitally tactile landscapes that monitor and adapt to their inhabitants, and our reality is being augmented by digital information that is becoming an ever-more universal and interactive part of our existence. Learning machines think for us, improve our decision-making processes and automate the mundane aspects of our lives
Microsoft Gold Partner, Mint Group, was the only African representative at the Azure Cloud Architecture Boot Camp in Seattle from October 17 to 21, 2016, which provided in-depth insight into the Azure platform, and cemented Mint’s position as the leader in the Azure development space.
The business impact of cyber-attacks is very real and can occur in a very short duration of time. To highlight the financial impact of a breach, Deloitte Advisory firm released a report “ Beneath the surface of a cyberattack: A deeper look at business impacts.